DS DS3 1.6 BlueHDi Elegance Hatchback Lease £89.84 per month (£135 combined) @ TFS Vehicle Leasing (Total £3234.88) - HotUKDeals
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DS DS3 1.6 BlueHDi Elegance Hatchback Lease £89.84 per month (£135 combined) @ TFS Vehicle Leasing (Total £3234.88)

£89.84 @ TFS Vehicle Leasing
So - a lease deal. Marmite for some, great for others. ! If you want a lease deal ! I believe that this is a good price. If you don't, it's probably not. £89.84 incl VAT monthly rentals £808.… Read More
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So - a lease deal. Marmite for some, great for others.

! If you want a lease deal ! I believe that this is a good price. If you don't, it's probably not.

£89.84 incl VAT monthly rentals

£808.56 incl VAT initial rental

Processing fee : £360

Personal contract hire

Contract term : 24 months

Rental profile : 9 + 23

Annual mileage : 10000

Production status : Current model

Elegance model which has some good features. Processing fee is steep, might be able to haggle that down.
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13 Likes
mrjellyhead
Just for clarification, how does it break down to £135/month please?
360+(9*90)+(23*90)=3240/24=135

Edited By: redadmiral on Sep 11, 2016 18:25
9 Likes
fishmaster
kidrock123
not bad for a runabout

Sly comment, which categorises this car unfairly, this car could be used to travel up and down the country if required.

Citroen have dropped the name Citroen from DS branding since 2015 and are trying to create an upmarket brand.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DS_Automobiles


I have one of these and up market isn't a word I'd use. The plastic on the interior is poor and especially on the clips you use to push the front seats forward. again a good deal for 135 a month. The citroen c5 I had before this was a lot more luxurious. but it's a sign of the times, manufacturers reducing costs not just citroen.

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2 Likes #1
Net £135 per month. Decent
2 Likes #2
Decent car too. I went from a top spec Mini Cooper to a top spec DS3 and I wouldn't swap back. I love it.
#3
it's a good price for a ds3. I paid this with one month upfront direct with Citroen for a 2 year deal.
just a little annoying that the headline says 89 when really it should point out 135 also.
any how heat from me.
1 Like #4
stevesipmax
it's a good price for a ds3. I paid this with one month upfront direct with Citroen for a 2 year deal.
just a little annoying that the headline says 89 when really it should point out 135 also.
any how heat from me.
Amended as such :)
1 Like #5
not bad for a runabout
3 Likes #6
kidrock123
not bad for a runabout

Sly comment, which categorises this car unfairly, this car could be used to travel up and down the country if required.

Citroen have dropped the name Citroen from DS branding since 2015 and are trying to create an upmarket brand.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DS_Automobiles
9 Likes #7
fishmaster
kidrock123
not bad for a runabout

Sly comment, which categorises this car unfairly, this car could be used to travel up and down the country if required.

Citroen have dropped the name Citroen from DS branding since 2015 and are trying to create an upmarket brand.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DS_Automobiles


I have one of these and up market isn't a word I'd use. The plastic on the interior is poor and especially on the clips you use to push the front seats forward. again a good deal for 135 a month. The citroen c5 I had before this was a lot more luxurious. but it's a sign of the times, manufacturers reducing costs not just citroen.
1 Like #8
nice deal
#9
Requested a quote for this. Driving a boring Hyundai i20 at the moment and want something a bit nicer considering all the driving I have to do for work. Affordable monthly cost too.
1 Like #10
stevesipmax
fishmaster
kidrock123
not bad for a runabout
Sly comment, which categorises this car unfairly, this car could be used to travel up and down the country if required.
Citroen have dropped the name Citroen from DS branding since 2015 and are trying to create an upmarket brand. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DS_Automobiles
I have one of these and up market isn't a word I'd use. The plastic on the interior is poor and especially on the clips you use to push the front seats forward. again a good deal for 135 a month. The citroen c5 I had before this was a lot more luxurious. but it's a sign of the times, manufacturers reducing costs not just citroen.

Different segments of the market. Nobody makes an upmarket supermini. Even the Audi A1 has some pretty low rent plastics. People just won't pay the money at this level. People spend more on specs than quality at this level.

Op pretty good deal.
#11
Just for clarification, how does it break down to £135/month please?
3 Likes #12
mrjellyhead
Just for clarification, how does it break down to £135/month please?
Have you tried to work it out for yourself?
#13
Is this the 100 or 120 bhp model?
13 Likes #14
mrjellyhead
Just for clarification, how does it break down to £135/month please?
360+(9*90)+(23*90)=3240/24=135

Edited By: redadmiral on Sep 11, 2016 18:25
#15
This or the yeti deal for 15 pounds per month more????

What would you go for?
#16
redadmiral
mrjellyhead
Just for clarification, how does it break down to £135/month please?
360+(9*90)+(23*90)=3447/24=135
Thank you.
#17
mrjellyhead
Just for clarification, how does it break down to £135/month please?

Add up ALL costs involved in taking out the lease, then divide by total length of lease
#18
redadmiral
This or the yeti deal for 15 pounds per month more????

What would you go for?


Two very different cars.
#19
redadmiral
This or the yeti deal for 15 pounds per month more????

What would you go for?

Didn't see the Yeti spec but this looks like a well loaded car and uber economical. Looks smarter IMO.....
#20
poolman
mrjellyhead
Just for clarification, how does it break down to £135/month please?
Add up ALL costs involved in taking out the lease, then divide by total length of lease
Thank you.
1 Like #21
Anyone know the lead time on these? I got the 208GTI from last year, it's just passed 1 year so 6 months left...

When should i start looking to order the next one? As I can't be without a car for long!
#22
poolman
redadmiral
This or the yeti deal for 15 pounds per month more????

Thanks. Does anyone if this is a 5 door. 3 door in pic I think?
What would you go for?
Didn't see the Yeti spec but this looks like a well loaded car and uber economical. Looks smarter IMO.....
#23
Thanks. Does anyone if this is a 5 door. 3 door in pic I think?
#24
yuckos
Anyone know the lead time on these? I got the 208GTI from last year, it's just passed 1 year so 6 months left...
When should i start looking to order the next one? As I can't be without a car for long!
Says vehicle in stock.
#25
redadmiral
Thanks. Does anyone if this is a 5 door. 3 door in pic I think?

Pretty sure its a 3dr, don't think they do 5dr DS3's. That would be a DS4, I believe this to be true, google is your friend.
1 Like #26
petermcgregor14
redadmiral
Thanks. Does anyone if this is a 5 door. 3 door in pic I think?
Pretty sure its a 3dr, don't think they do 5dr DS3's. That would be a DS4, I believe this to be true, google is your friend.
Thanks, then a yeti it is. Big car to park... I drive a c1 at present


Edited By: redadmiral on Sep 11, 2016 19:13: Typo
1 Like #27
Red Devil
Have you tried to work it out for yourself?
Of course he hasn't, he's got a jelly head X)
quezi
Is this the 100 or 120 bhp model?
Dude click on the 'Get Deal' button, says 100bhp which is only 5 speed I believe, 120 is 6 speed which would be nice at this price...
1 Like #28
Not a bad deal....I have had 2 DS3's, the original 1.6 HDI and then the 1.6 eHDI, the mpg is fantastic but the sloppy gearbox and also corroding Bellone diamond cut wheel's made me chop my second one in for a new Mini Cooper S which granted is a petrol but more enjoyable to drive for me.


Edited By: floopie on Sep 11, 2016 20:29: .
1 Like #29
Hairdressers car!!!!!
1 Like #30
AprilShowers
Hairdressers car!!!!!

The DS3 Cabrio is for sure! My wife took delivery of her new one on Sept 1st and she is a hairdresser!

Well impressed with the 1.2 130BHP engine as we are getting 55mpg out of a brand new engine! Quality of fit and finish is very good indeed. I tried to convince her to buy a new MX5 of Fiat 124, but she fell in love with the DS3 Cabrio.
3 Likes #31
stevesipmax
fishmaster
kidrock123
not bad for a runabout

Sly comment, which categorises this car unfairly, this car could be used to travel up and down the country if required.

Citroen have dropped the name Citroen from DS branding since 2015 and are trying to create an upmarket brand.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DS_Automobiles


I have one of these and up market isn't a word I'd use. The plastic on the interior is poor and especially on the clips you use to push the front seats forward. again a good deal for 135 a month. The citroen c5 I had before this was a lot more luxurious. but it's a sign of the times, manufacturers reducing costs not just citroen.


Citroen luxurious X) nearly fell off my chair
#32
stevesipmax
fishmaster
kidrock123
not bad for a runabout
Sly comment, which categorises this car unfairly, this car could be used to travel up and down the country if required.
Citroen have dropped the name Citroen from DS branding since 2015 and are trying to create an upmarket brand. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DS_Automobiles
I have one of these and up market isn't a word I'd use. The plastic on the interior is poor and especially on the clips you use to push the front seats forward. again a good deal for 135 a month. The citroen c5 I had before this was a lot more luxurious. but it's a sign of the times, manufacturers reducing costs not just citroen.

I've never been in one or owned one, I was stating that Citroen have dropped their name from the product to try and create a more upmarket marque. Also there are DS cars before 2015 with the Citroen branding.

I think it's a safe bet that they're not in the same league as Lexus (Toyota) as an example.


Edited By: fishmaster on Sep 11, 2016 20:22
#33
Anyone got link to the 'yeti' deal please?
#34
Remember clarkson driving one of these in a challenge (in italy?) and even HE was impressed with it......
#35
#36
Is extra to have it in black
#37
Any deals on car purchase not leases?
3 Likes #38
Tunner
AprilShowers
Hairdressers car!!!!!
The DS3 Cabrio is for sure! My wife took delivery of her new one on Sept 1st and she is a hairdresser!
Well impressed with the 1.2 130BHP engine as we are getting 55mpg out of a brand new engine! Quality of fit and finish is very good indeed. I tried to convince her to buy a new MX5 of Fiat 124, but she fell in love with the DS3 Cabrio.
The TV ad puts me off one of these even more to be honest. Whoever thought a 90+ granny with "style" was a good idea to front any sort of car deserves to be shot.
2 Likes #39
poolman
Remember clarkson driving one of these in a challenge (in italy?) and even HE was impressed with it......
I miss the big galoot so much. Powerrr...
#40
Nice town car, 1.6hdi plenty power. And please people don't moan how bad citroen cars are (everyone knows that), its a lease deal who cares you are covered anyway! I would also grab this instead mini cooper. But it just my personal opinion!

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